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Julia Austin

Using the History Button in SDR's Site Information Editor

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If you add or replace a sensor at one of your monitoring sites, you will likely need to change the programming in your Symphonie logger.  The first raw data file you import after changes are made will result in a screen displaying the changes and the option to accept or ignore them.

If you don't accept the changes, or if the changes you accepted are incorrect, you will need to manually update the site information in SDR's Site Information Editor window.  To open the Site Information Editor window, go to SDR's Site menu, and then choose "Edit Site".  From the Site Information  Editor screen, click the "History" button. 

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 A table will appear at the bottom of the screen.  "Baseline" refers to the settings that were used when the logger began logging data.  New settings used after the Baseline settings will show up as additional entries in the table.  The Timestamp indicates the time and date when the baseline settings no
longer apply and the beginning point when new settings should be used.

To change settings, scroll to the appropriate logger channel using the arrow buttons.  Then click "Make New Change", and enter the date and time the change was made ("As of") and the new scale factor and offset information.  Remember that you can use the "Load Defaults" button to automatically enter default sensor programming information. 

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When a line in the History table is highlighted, any changes (such as the "As of" date, the scale factor, or offset) you make under "Sensor Information" in the screen above will be shown in the highlighted line in the table below.  Please note that the values in the table can't be directly edited; you must make changes in the screen above.

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